You wouldn’t normally expect to hear much about Meizu outside the Chinese border. Not due to any government conspiracy or anything; simply because their wares don’t tend to venture too far from home.
However, Meizu made headlines last September with the quad-core MX, and now we’re hearing that it’s finally about to see the light of day.
It was initially suspected that Meizu might grab the coveted ‘World’s first quad-core smartphone’ trophy with the MX. Clearly that’s no longer the case, but the latest Meizu MX spec rumours make it absolutely worth talking about.
Chinese site CNMO cites “trusted sources” when it reports that the Meizu MX will have – wait for it – 64GB internal storage and a whopping 2GB of RAM.
As if that wasn't juicy enough, the Meizu MX's processor is tipped to be of the Samsung Exynos 4412 variety, the same beast expected to power the imminent Samsung Galaxy S III.
Of course, Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) is pretty much a given at this stage in the game.
Will we see the quad-core Meizu MX outside China? Well, it would be pretty sweet, but don’t hold your breath, man.